Tagged: Sarah Chalfant

Canongate lands Dyer's 'immersive' book on endings

Canongate has acquired The Last Days of Roger Federer, Geoff Dyer's latest "gloriously wayward" non-fiction title. Read more

Fourth Estate to publish Adichie's Notes on Grief

Fourth Estate is to publish Notes on Grief by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, a “timely and deeply personal” book by the Americanah author following her father's... Read more

Fourth Estate wins four-way auction for Brown Girls debut

Fourth Estate has triumphed in a four-way publisher auction for Daphne Palasi Andreades’ “evocative and original” debut novel Brown Girls in a two-book deal.... Read more

Canongate signs Geoff Dyer's new photography collection

Canongate will publish Geoff Dyer’s See/Saw: Looking at Photographs 2010–2020, later this year. Read more

Harper’s editor Picardie joins Faber ranks with Miss Dior

Faber editorial director Laura Hassan has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to Miss Dior, the “moving and powerful” story of Catherine Dior, from The Wylie... Read more

Rachel Cusk returns to Faber to publish last in trilogy

Rachel Cusk is returning to Faber & Faber to publish the third in her trilogy of novels about divorced creative writing teacher Faye.... Read more

Three Amitav Ghosh titles to Penguin Books India

Penguin Books India has acquired three new books from internationally acclaimed author Amitav Ghosh.  Read more

Hamish Hamilton acquires two by Wainaina

Hamish Hamilton, an imprint of Penguin Books, has acquired two new books from African writer and Caine Prize winner Binyavanga Wainaina. Read more

Milan Kundera novel set for June

Milan Kundera's first novel in 12 years will be published in English this June. Faber will release The Festival of Insignificance, translated from the French... Read more

Bloomsbury signs first novel from Rothschild

Bloomsbury has a first novel from writer and filmmaker Hannah Rothschild, author of biography The Baroness (Virago). The Improbability of Love will be published by... Read more

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